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Beauty, beasts new to festival
Miss EudoraFest, garden tractor pull make debut Saturday
October 2, 2003
A Miss EudoraFest pageant is scheduled to begin at 10:30 a.m. at the festival bandstand downtown. Also, a Lawrence couple is bringing a competitive edge to EudoraFest this year with a stock garden tractor and lawn mower pull.
Fishel, Harris exchange vows
October 2, 2003
Girls continue success with second-place Tongie win
October 2, 2003
The Eudora Cardinal cross country team traveled to Thursday’s Tonganoxie Invitational, a week after their four-phase triumph at Wellsville.
A sweet 16 wins for Cardinal volleyball team
October 2, 2003
The wins extended their undefeated record to a perfect 16-0. But then the unexpected happened: They lost.
Louisburg gets the better of Eudora in 7-0 loss
October 2, 2003
It was one step forward and one step back for the Eudora soccer team. The Cardinals (1-4) suffered a convincing 7-0 loss Monday at the hands of Louisburg in Eudora.
Plan needs commercial development, leaders say
October 2, 2003
Eudora’s comprehensive plan needed to consider commercial development more thoroughly, city leaders said, before it received final approval.
City still mulling future of proposed apartments
October 2, 2003
The fate of a proposed new apartment complex sits in limbo. Developers of Eudora’s senior apartments want to make their newest venture open to residents of all ages, but city leaders can’t agree on whether the zoning should be changed to allow Commercial Group to do so.
District enrollment tops 1,200
October 2, 2003
Eudora USD 491 official student enrollment counts show the district has grown by about 50 students since last school year.
Sophia Grace Ewy
October 2, 2003
DIRTY WORK
Can you dig it?
October 2, 2003
The West Elementary School fifth-grade classes wrapped up a unit about Native Americans with an archaeology dig last Thursday on the school grounds near Winchester Road.
Days Gone By
October 2, 2003
Bits and Pieces
Wanderlust leaves traveler wondering
October 2, 2003
Newspapers strive to contribute to local dialogue
October 2, 2003
Without a community newspaper, it is difficult for the public to get necessary information in a timely manner.
Catherine M. Schweitzberger
1915-2003
October 2, 2003
Tom O. Akin
1913-2003
October 2, 2003
School calendar
October 2, 2003
Community calendar
October 2, 2003
Elmer J. Simpson
1941-2003
October 2, 2003
Cat scratch fever
Cardinals fall 27-26 to Paola Panthers
October 2, 2003
With just four seconds remaining in the game, Paola senior tailback Darin Domnanish devastated the Cardinals with a three-yard touchdown run. The score tied the game at 26, and Paola’s subsequent conversion kick won it.